Listen to the Interview
Hello, and welcome to The Remote Podcast Episode 16. This podcast is all about location independence, digital nomadism, and living life on your terms.
Each week we interview a new guest on the show, and this week I sat down with Steven Picanza from The Creative Hustler, who is on a mission to celebrate the creative entrepreneur lifestyle.
I don’t know where to even begin with this one. Steven is the definition of the word entrepreneur. In addition to working on The Creative Hustler with his wife Melissa, he also:
- Works with Melissa in a brand and marketing consulting agency called Latin and Code
- Is the director of marketing for a digital design company called Open Eye Global, where he works with 8 other digital nomads living all over the world
This week, we talk about creativity and how creative professionals can harness their creativity in the most effective way. Among many things, we talk about:
- How important it is for creatives to focus on business and personal branding
- The importance of knowing yourself and asking the tough questions so that you can be creative and make money
- Why investing in yourself is the most secure and scalable thing you can do and the best way to have control over your life
- Why you should set big life goals and then work your way backward
- How you should always celebrate the small wins
Steven also share some great exercises that you can do right now to start answering the important questions that will kick start your life.
- The Power of Why – Simon Sinek (Ted Talk) – http://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action
- Ego is the Enemy – Ryan Holiday
- Twitter http://twitter.com/Picanza
- LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenpicanza/
- Instagram http://www.instagram.com/thecreativehustler/
- The Creative Hustler http://thecreativehustler.com
If you’re looking to get started building your personal brand, download The Creative Hustler Personal Branding Blueprint for quick, actionable, daily reminders on how to continuously build your personal brand.
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Special thanks to Steven for joining me this week. Until next time!
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